The problem with this demographic is that they do not know the basic narratives of their histories – or really any narratives,” he says. “They’re blazed on pot and searching the Internet for any ‘factoids’ that they believe fit their highly de-historicized and decontextualized ideologies. And the adult world totally misunderstands them and dismisses them – and does so at our collective peril,” he adds.
I’ve felt and said as much about *some* “social justice” bloggers who seem to be caught up in the paradigm of injustice but who have no connection to it’s culture or narrative (which I usually express ineloquently as “oh my god you have no fucking clue.”) There needs to be a path out for them. And reading the Tsarnaev piece above, there’s no reason to believe that they’re not all part of the same universe.
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